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2017 Conference USA Football Predictions

2017 NCAA Football Predictions Guide

There has been tremendous turnover for Conference USA since the conference’s formation in 1995. The University of Cincinnati, the University of Louisville, the University of South Florida, and Texas Christian University all left in 2005, leaving a massive void from which Conference USA never actually recovered. 856 more words


Predicting the best G5 college football teams in 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017 marked 100 days until kickoff for many college football teams across the nation. Your Twitter feed was most likely filled with that reminder. 2,031 more words


For university students, there comes a time every year when they stop and think: where am I going to live next year? Some will decide to remain on campus, and some will stay with parents. 925 more words


Rice Advances To Quarterfinals With 86-75 Win Over Southern Miss

BIRMINGHAM (CBS HOUSTON) – The Rice Owls took another step forward toward their first trip to the postseason in the Mike Rhoades era with an impressive 86-75 victory over Southern Mississippi in the opening round of the Conference USA men’s basketball tournament. 194 more words


Shonda Stanton Talks Marshall 2017 Season

On this edition, Eric Lopez talks to Marshall Thundering Herd Head Coach Shonda Stanton who entering her 18th season as Head Coach at Marshall. Stanton talk about the upcoming 2017 season. 215 more words

A Clothesline for Change

This year, Carleton University is bringing attention to Sexual Assault Awareness Week in a very interesting and eye-catching way: with a clothesline. On the fourth floor of the University Centre hangs a clothesline filled with colourful t-shirts and underwear. 325 more words


‘Yes’ and ‘No’ committees speak at Student Union Building debate

By Amedeo De Pretto

Photo by Trevor Swann

Representatives of both the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ Student Union Building Committees held a public debate on Nov. 30 in the University Centre Galleria on the upcoming Student Union Building referendum. 480 more words